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lucky. this time the october surprise was not dirty trick, but an act of god, hurricane sandy interrupted mr. romney's momentum and allowed mr. obama to look presidential and bipartisan. wrong again toururd blossom. that's what mr. bush used to call you. the hurricane had absolutely nothing to do with the president's win. this chart shows poltracking the last month. you can see president obama regained his momentum before hurricane sandy hit. reality is coming to haunt the republicans in the electorate. let's bring in michael, special correspond for the d"the daily " and wrote a theory on conservative crapola. i love it. this election is a great example how the republican party thinks one thing and the conservative media regurgitates it out and pays no attention to the truth. what about it? >> their point, they don't exist to assess the facts, they exist to rebut the facts. they exist to try and challenge the existing reality and try and create a new reality. that's what they do and tried to do for the several weeks leading up to the campaign. i was struck many mornings, ed, i
in pennsylvania just 20 minutes from trenton, the capital of new jersey. the effect of the superstorm sandy on this campaign is still evident. here's president obama today talking about the recovery effort and what it means to americans. >> we will help them rebuild and carry on with the spirit that says no matter how bad a storm gets, no matter how tough times get, we're in this together. we rise and fall as one nation and one people. >> let's bring in our mega panel tonight. i'm joined by richard wolffe, editor of msnbc.com also howard fineman, editorial director of "huffington post," and eugene robinson, analyst and "washington post" columnist. i am a man of truth. i admit that the knowledge weighs heavy on this side of the table tonight. gentlemen, everybody wants to know what's going to happen. but i want to go back to what chris christie is saying. richard, how much is this storm played into the decision-making factor for voters? >> i think it has had a significant impact -- for that sliver that needs to break late in the election. one or two-point race, that can make a difference jus
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